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[KERNEL][NEW][4/03] XENON Kernel v1.1 [1.5ghz][Voltage Scaling][ath6kl][Partitions]

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2nd May 2012, 04:46 AM   |  #61  
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Thanks for this kernel.

I'm running AOKP milestone 5, and this is the only kernel where wifi works. However, I do have SOD issues. I have my cpu min @ 384, and ondemand. I was getting these SODs with SetCPU installed, so that could be the culprit. I decided to uninstall setCPU, and now I am using the AOKP kernel tool. I will let you know if this fixes my problem. Update: No luck. I still have the same problems.
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Ditto. I'm getting sleep of death issues 100% of the time I leave it alone for an extended period of time.

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12th May 2012, 04:21 AM   |  #63  
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Can you use this with aokp?

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apart from the usual smoothness of this kernel, haptic feedback seems to be working all the time. also is the kernel 1.5ghz? cuz i'm seeing max at 1.7ghz
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I read this on twitter:
re-set up my (brilliant) kernel build/test system for the touchpad, custom kernel incoming
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I know that there are SOD probs, dont use this kernel for the time being. I have a new one coming soon based off of Bricked.
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I know that there are SOD probs, dont use this kernel for the time being. I have a new one coming soon based off of Bricked.

And bricked kernel had sod issues but anyway we shall see
If your kernel its based of bricked its that mean CPU clock max:2156mhz, GPU clock:320mhz?
15th July 2012, 04:30 AM   |  #68  
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And bricked kernel had sod issues but anyway we shall see
If your kernel its based of bricked its that mean CPU clock max:2156mhz, GPU clock:320mhz?

Yep, and really? I thought it was fixed by setting the min to 384mhz? I haven't been on the Touchpad scene for a long time since I didn't have my Touchpad for the past 3 months.
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Can I dual boot webos and ics with this?

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15th July 2012, 09:06 AM   |  #70  
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Yep, and really? I thought it was fixed by setting the min to 384mhz? I haven't been on the Touchpad scene for a long time since I didn't have my Touchpad for the past 3 months.

I don't remember we'll, I think in the latest bricked kernel the problem should be resolved

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Can I dual boot webos and ics with this?

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Yeap you can

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